I can easily hold a conversation with
passengers while going 80 MPH, so it is
plenty quiet. I fly with ease through
intersections with drainage dips, high
crowns, and ruts, that slam others, car
or truck. Where others loose traction
on rough pavement, bouncing left, and
then right, the MDX rides through just
fine. Maybe that is why the others
need the off-road low range gears :-).
They have two hands on the wheel,
hitting the headliner with their heads,
while I'm honking to pass. Nice ride
Acura, you've tamed the SUV.
The DVD Navigation - digging for and
refolding maps is a thing of the past.
The rear styling. The A/C capacity.
The range of the remote keys.
The engine should be quieter/smoother
when accelerating hard. Auto locking
doors (but not driver 2). Better radio
bass control. Dump the proprietary
fluids for the drivetrain (like yours
is better). Constant elevation readout
on the navigation system.
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